Smrt slovenske primadone

Smrt slovenske primadone Roman govori o slovenski operni pevki katere kariera na svetovnem nivoju se hitro vzpenja Gre za letno Leo Kralj ki je poleg svoje mame Ingrid glavna protagonistka zgodbe Lea ima skoraj vse razen

  • Title: Smrt slovenske primadone
  • Author: Brina Svit
  • ISBN: 9789616332224
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Roman govori o slovenski operni pevki, katere kariera na svetovnem nivoju se hitro vzpenja Gre za 37 letno Leo Kralj, ki je poleg svoje mame Ingrid glavna protagonistka zgodbe Lea ima skoraj vse razen ljubezni svoje matere In to jo po asi, a vztrajno ubija Na enem od svojih popotovanj spozna novinarja francoskega asopisa, s katerim si postaneta vse bli ja Veliko seRoman govori o slovenski operni pevki, katere kariera na svetovnem nivoju se hitro vzpenja Gre za 37 letno Leo Kralj, ki je poleg svoje mame Ingrid glavna protagonistka zgodbe Lea ima skoraj vse razen ljubezni svoje matere In to jo po asi, a vztrajno ubija Na enem od svojih popotovanj spozna novinarja francoskega asopisa, s katerim si postaneta vse bli ja Veliko se dru ita in si kasneje v obliki intervjuja, ki postaja zmeraj bolj intimen, razkrivata svoje elje in skrivnosti Povezuje ju nemalo stvari, in vse skupaj kmalu postane ve kot le prijateljstvo med mo kim in ensko, postaneta povezana na duhovni ravni Vendar Lea si bolj kot vse ostalo eli ljubezni svoje matere, ki pa je ne dobi, kljub temu da se ji trudi v vsem ustre i Neprestano se vra a v spomin iz otro tva, ko je utila neko povezanost z mamo in njeno ljubezen, ki je sedaj, ko je odrasla, ne ve osvojiti Mama Ingrid je enostavno ne prenese, posredno jo krivi za svojo nesre o v ivljenju in ji zavida njene uspehe Tega ji sicer nikoli ne pove v obraz, jo pa vztrajno ignorira in odprto prezira, zaradi esar Lea na koncu umre.

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    1. There's something quite extraordinary about Brina Svit's writing. Her characters are not likeable or ordinary. Her prose style is intense. I love how she repeats words and phrases for emphasis, and I cling to her narrative. It's not for everyone but I really have a huge amount of time for Brina Svit.

    2. I read this book sitting in a cafe in Ljubljana, where the end part of the story takes place in the book. I loved it, and I even cried at some parts. It was a book about relationships and the way those are tied into self image, and also a book about how those relationships can fail.

    3. An interesting book which in many ways recalled to mind the tone of a party foreign filmat's however not a criticism just a note that this is a book where little happens in many respects and is more about the complexity of the relationships of the characters.It's a book of unrequited love , acceptance or the lake of and depths of human character.The tale being presented in the European opera circuit(at least in part) and across continental Europe I think made for a tale that although familiar di [...]

    4. I have read very little Slovenian literature in my time, and decided to choose an intriguing tome for my Around the World in 80 Books challenge. I really enjoyed both the central idea and the structure of Brina Svit's Death of a Prima Donna, and felt that everything about it - and particularly with regard to the use of a non-linear narrative - worked well. Engaging and cleverly structured, the novel kept me guessing throughout. It is a perceptive and quite intimate book, and one which I would hi [...]

    5. Now, I confess to having some prejudice against this book before I even began. The title just kind of makes me shiver and roll my eyes - I have no desire to read about prima donnas in the colloquial sense of the word. But it turns out that the prima donna in this book is actually a famous (fictional) opera singer, so I guess she is a prima donna in the true sense of the word. Anyway, whatever.I really don't like giving bad reviews but there's no point in being dishonest. Unfortunately, I thought [...]

    6. J'ai lu cette nuit l'un des livres conseillés par la Médiathèque de Melun dans le cadre du Printemps slovène, Mort d'une prima donna slovène de Brina Svit.Le narrateur, journaliste de la revue Petronius et fasciné par la chanteuse d'opéra Lea Kralj, la suit à travers l'Europe. Il découvre avec elle la Slovénie (très brièvement), mais la tragédie se nouera autour de la chambre d'enfant de Lea.Je n'ose en dire plus de peur de déflorer ce roman, mais il reste à noter que la fin de ce [...]

    7. A really quick book on a topic of crazy woman who needs a man, but gets a indecisive religious metrosexual, who hopes to destroy the only thing that makes her tick and doesn't make him happy. I loved the novel, it has a quick upbeast tempo and metropolitan shine, that would make even a ride in a elevator lovely and nice. A surgical novel about sadness and art, not a word about love.

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